- The event was organised by the School of Advanced Study, University of London and the Arts and Humanities Alliance.
- Leading up to the colloquium
- — Royal Historical Soc (@RoyalHistSoc)Mon, Dec 12 2016 12:37:07You can find our original response to the Stern Review here http://royalhistsoc.org/response-stern-review-ref/ … #REFAHA
- — Katie McGettigan (@KatieMcGettigan)Mon, Dec 12 2016 11:24:08
- Introduction: Peter Mandler (History)
- Evaluation in the Arts and Humanities I: Kersti Börjars (Languages and Linguistics), Greg Walker (English) and Greg Woolf (Classics)
- — Katie McGettigan (@KatieMcGettigan)Mon, Dec 12 2016 11:28:43Kersti Börjars: danger of Hums always claiming specialness. Aspects of REF that suit us: 5 yr cycles, 4 outputs, dbl weighting #REFAHA
- — Katie McGettigan (@KatieMcGettigan)Mon, Dec 12 2016 11:33:59#REFAHA Börjars: flexible outputs might affect workload model: submitting fewer = less research time. What about those on maternity leave?
The future of research evaluation: a view from the arts and humanities
Following the publication of Lord Stern's review of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) and the launch of a formal consultation, this one-day colloquium discussed possible futures for research evaluation in the arts and humanities.
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